Netscape 1.1 Multidomain log problem

Netscape 1.1 Multidomain log problem

Post by Stephan Kau » Wed, 29 May 1996 04:00:00

Hi all,

I run Netscape 1.1 with multi-domain support. This work realy nice,
The only problem I have, that it log all access to one log file and there
is no way to find out is it domain A or domain B which is send to.

Is there any way to config it so that there are more than one log file
(each for each domain) or to log the IP-Address to the line ?



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